A quick trim at the hips. A little shave off the thigh. These days, thanks to photo-editing apps that go even farther than an Instagram filter, it's easier than ever to edit your photos to perfection. But supermodel Chrissy Teigen, for one, is done with all the tweaking.
Popular Australian food blogger Belle Gibson, who claimed that she healed a diagnosed case of incurable brain cancer through “nutrition and holistic medicine,” revealed that she was never sick.
You might be familiar with Cassey Ho, the certified fitness instructor behind Blogilates. But this week the cheery trainer revealed the dark side of being a face of fitness and an Internet celebrity: the hurtful, body-shaming comments she receives.
When the music starts in Memphis' FedEx arena, home of the Grizzlies, everyone looks to the screen, eager for "Bongo Lady" to take the stage once again. Now this unlikely star is popping up all over the Internet, thanks to a recent profile in The New York Times.
Many women will tell you they're tired of hearing whistles and kissing noises from random men on the street. It’s degrading. And it seems someone is taking that conversation to the streets.
Jessica Kane argues that being brave is about much more than going against societal expectations.
At first glance, Aydian Dowling looks like the average reader of Men’s Health magazine—and an excellent contender for the title's annual cover contest. But Dowling is actually on the cusp of marking a historic first: The 27-year-old proud transgender man is currently destroying the field of candidates in the reader's choice portion of the contest.